Damian Lewis as a couple: he formalizes with Alison, a little over a year after the death of his wife

More than a year after Helen McCrory’s death, Damian Lewis has found love again. This Wednesday, July 6, the actor formalized his relationship with Alison Mosshart.

Damian Lewis has found love again. More than a year after the death of his wife, actress Helen McCrory, the comedian has formalized his new relationship. This Wednesday, July 6, he appeared on the arm of a famous rocker, Alison Mosshart at the House of KOKO. According to the mother of The Kill singer, the lovers met through friends in London. “I don’t know how much criticism I’m going to get for all of this, but of course we’re thrilled for hershe joked in the columns of the Daily Mail. They have mutual friends. If she is happy, we are happy. I haven’t met him yet, but I would definitely like to.” Alison Mosshart is best known for being the lead singer of rock bands The Kills and The Dead Weather. She made her musical debut when she formed the pop-punk group Discount at the age of 17.

Alison Mosshard and Damian Lewis were pictured together for the first time in May last at a chic fundraising party for the National Gallery in London. A guest explained that they looked “100% involved in a romantic relationship – as if they were on a date”. They were later spotted at the annual Serpentine Gallery summer party and then at the British Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone. In the arms of his darling, Damian Lewis honored a promise he had made to Helen McCrory. “I want daddy to have girlfriends, lots of girlfriends, you all need to love again, love is not possessive, she told her children before she died of breast cancer at the age of 52. But hey Damian, at least try to make it through the funeral without kissing someone.” After the death of the actress, phenomenal in Peaky Blinders, he had paid tribute to him in the columns of the Sunday Times.

Damian Lewis: “Helen believed that happiness is a choice”

“Helen was an even brighter person than she was an actress. She was a human person, of course, he says before continuing, her principles of life were benevolence and generosity. (.. .) Ehe always asked people how they were doing, was always interested in them, made everyone they met feel special, like they were the only person in the room. She gave them her full attention. Made them laugh, always. There were few people funnier than her – she was really funny”, wrote the actor, notably known for his role in the Homeland series. Damian Lewis had also mentioned his wife’s philosophy of life: Helen believed that happiness is a choice. I’ve never known anyone who can enjoy life so much. His ability to be in the present and enjoy the moment was inspirational.”.